Edit(03/09/2022): To anyone who might have been trying to use this, after receiving some usage feedback, I've made a ton of changes to turn this into something that actually works. Officially v1.0.
I completed some TF code that
should make lives easier. It builds all the basics necessary for an AVD
environment but it could really be used to build the basics of any
Azure environment. It's modularized, so the root main.tf file is used
to provide different variables if needed, but there's a default provided
for almost everything.
Find the public repo here: https://github.com/chad-neal/avdtf-with-modules.
make use of this, clone the repo. In the root main.tf you'll find
variable declarations in module blocks. These link to the same
variables declared in each modules' variables.tf. Specify them in the
root to change what the defaults are set to. Or don't, if you're happy
with what I've done. Comment out, or delete, the module blocks that you
don't need/want to use. "Terraform apply" is looking at the root
main.tf, then reading each of the child modules' configurations to
decide which resources to build.
you find a declaration like module.rg.rg_name, for example, it links to
the outputs.tf file stored with the module. In this example, in
./Modules/RG/outputs.tf, there's an object named "rg_name". The value
of this object is coming right from the main.tf of ./modules/rg where I
specify the configuration for the resource. Keep in mind that you can concatenate names, use wildcards, and all kinds of other things in
outputs.tf to meet your needs.